Facility Access Information

Main Entrance
Area is ground level without any steps or rails.
Accessible Entrance
Ruth Putter Welcome Center, Walnut Street entrance. Lift is inside welcome area.
Accessible Restrooms
Some restrooms are accessible
Accessible Restroom Location
Ruth Putter Welcome Center, ground level
Family/Unisex Restroom
Family / unisex restroom available (wheelchair accessible)
Family/Unisex Restroom Location
Ruth Putter Welcome Center, ground level
Service Animals
Portable Chairs
Docents will gladly provide chairs.
Information about Programs and Upcoming Exhibits
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The Matilda Joslyn Gage Home is a unique place where we share Gage’s legacy of social justice and prepare the future keepers of democracy. While many historic homes have one story to tell, the Matilda Joslyn Gage House is especially significant because it interprets a rich five-dimensional segment of United States History: women’s rights, abolition, the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) influence on democracy and women’s rights, the ongoing struggle to keep religion out of government, and the vision of peace and social justice contained in the feminist utopia Oz books. A lift makes the home accessible to all visitors.